Thursday, January 31, 2013

The Storm Killer a 4.5 Star Murder Thriller on 63 Reviews!

The Storm Killer“Mike Jastrzebski’s stunning historical debut takes readers back into the hard-boiled world of Chandler and Hammett — and brings Ernest Hemingway back to life in a book as big as the man himself. The Storm Killer, a top grade thriller with a heavy dose of noir, hurdles you from New York to Key West at a pace that will leave you breathless. ~ Christine Kling, author of several nautical thrillers

Hello Digital Book Today readers. The Book Buzz segment today features The Storm Killer by Mike Jastrzebski which is an excellent murder thriller that is set in the 1930′s in New York City and Key West. How can we say it is “excellent”? Don’t take our word for it. Believe the readers who have left reviews of this “excellent” book. The Storm Killer is rated 4.5 stars on 63 reviews. Only the best of the best can maintain a 4.5 star rating with this many reviews. If you enjoy the mystery, a murder thriller, or historical genres then we are sure that you will take great pleasure in reading The Storm Killer. Don’t forget to at some excellent books by Mike Jastrzebski including: Key Lime Blues (A Wes Darling Mystery), Dog River Blues (A Wes Darling Mystery), and Mind Demons.

“Wonderful “Gum Shoe” reporter in post depression “who done it?”” ~ Studio Su, Amazon Review

“I’ll say it up front – I really enjoyed The Storm Killer. It had everything a good crime drama should have. There were murders, frame-ups, good cops and bad cops, treachery, and a bit of romance.” ~ J. Chambers, Amazon Review

Book Description: Time: 1935. Place: New York City. Crime beat reporter Jim Locke gets sucked into a quagmire of death, deceit, and danger when his actress sister is murdered – and he becomes the prime suspect. When he uncovers a pattern of similar murders, he is convinced that a serial killer is on the loose. But the police aren’t buying it, and it’s up to Jim to stop the madman. The hunt takes him from the grimy streets and smoke-filled bars of Manhattan to deceptively laid-back Key West, just as a killer storm bears down on the island. THE STORM KILLER has it all: hard-boiled narrative, gripping suspense, period detail, an unlikely hero battling his inner demons, and a stunning conclusion that you won’t see coming. Highly recommended!–Miriam Auerbach, author of Dirty Harriet Rides Again Read more on Amazon.

About the Author: In September of 2003 my wife, Mary, and I moved aboard our 36-foot Sailboat, Rough Draft. It was our intention to take the boat south from Minnesota to warmer climates where I would write a novel. We sailed the boat through the inland river system from Minnesota to Mobile, Alabama where we lived for two years. We also spent three months living in Key West. Currently, the boat is docked in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. In 2011 we will take the boat to the Caribbean where we plan to drift until it is no longer fun.

In the time we’ve lived on the boat I have completed three mystery novels. It was my intention to find an agent and a publisher. After careful consideration I have decided to publish these books as e-books. The Storm Killer, is a historical thriller and Key Lime Blues, a mystery set in current day Key West, are both available for Kindle.
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“This book is like a mash-up of the Maltese Falcon and Key Largo, but — and this is critical — it is completely original. It’s a hard-boiled action-packed noir thriller. I was a bit uncertain about reading it because of the reviews here about the abrupt ending — abrupt endings really put me off. The ending is abrupt, and it bothered me a bit. However, the rest of the book is so very good that I was ok with it. I highly recommend this book.” ~ Breachingtheweb, Amazon Reviews
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